Located approximately 7 miles west of Eastend, it is the valley’s best-known landmark.
Named after Harold “Corky” Jones, He was a local rancher, avid amateur palaeontologist and historian who called Eastend home. He found a number of fossils including a Triceratops skull.
Jones' Peak offers visitors a breathtaking panorama of the river valley and rangelands below.
An excellent area for birding and wildlife viewing.
Photo Credit: Tourism Saskatchewan/Greg Huszar Photography